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An Analysis of Education Objectives of Oral Health Education Based on Revision Taxonomy of Educational Objectives (신교육목표분류학의 틀에서 본 구강보건교육학 목표 분석)

  • Choi, Gyu-Yil;Choi, Byung-Ok
    • Journal of dental hygiene science
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    • v.12 no.3
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    • pp.259-269
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    • 2012
  • This study examined in what category that the knowledge dimension and the cognitive processes dimension are described based on 'A revision o Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives' in oral health education textbooks. Oral health education and practice from Educational Objectives of Dental Hygiene Department(Korea dental hygienist Prof Council, 2009) were selected to analyze a textbook, the body contents was analyzed in the knowledge dimension, and the activity was analyzed in cognitive processes dimension. Three experts were selected as a corder for reliable analysis. As a result of this study, the knowledge dimension in oral health education textbook was focused on the categories of factual knowledge and conceptual knowledge in textbook analysis based on 'A revision of Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives', and the category dimension of 'understand' showed to be the most for the cognitive processes dimension. Moreover, there was no 'meta cognitive knowledge' that conforms to a higher-order thinking and the category dimensions of 'analyze', 'evaluate', and 'create' took very low proportion or did not exist. Conclusion, Oral health education textbooks were analyzed to fragmentary and Memorizing the level knowledge. Thus we have to develop oral health education textbooks reflected a variety of cognitive and knowledge dimension.

Analysis of Instructional Objectives in a Teaching-Learning Material for Gifted Elementary Students in Science by Bloom's Revised Taxonomy of Educational Objectives (Bloom의 신 교육목표 분류학에 의한 초등 과학 영재교육 자료의 수업목표 사례 분석)

  • Ha, So-Hyun;Kwack, Dae-Oh
    • Journal of Gifted/Talented Education
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.591-612
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    • 2008
  • In order to investigate the composition and characteristics of instructional objectives in a teaching-learning material for gifted elementary students in science, 217 instructional objectives across 13 themes in 4 areas of 'energy','materials', 'life' and 'earth' were analyzed by Bloom's revised taxonomy of educational objectives. Four types of factual, conceptual, procedural and meta-cognitive knowledge in knowledge dimension were all comprised in the objectives. Conceptual knowledge was primary constituent of the objectives and the proportion of factual knowledge was the least. On the other hand, all 6 categories of 'remember', 'understand', 'apply', 'analyze', 'evaluate' and 'create' in cognitive process dimension were also comprised in the objectives. The category of 'understand' was primary constituent and that of 'remember' was the least one. While conceptual knowledge in knowledge dimension was primary constituent of the objectives in 'energy', 'materials' and 'earth' areas, procedural knowledge was the most objectives in 'life' area. The least type of knowledge was factual knowledge in all 4 areas. In cognitive process dimension, the category of 'understand' was primary constituent and that of 'remember' was the least one in all 4 areas. In conclusion, it was showed that the instructional objectives in the teaching-learning material reflected the characteristics of educational objectives for gifted students in science.

Analyses of Instructional Objectives of 'Wise Life' Based on Bloom's Revised Taxonomy of Educational Objectives (Bloom의 신 교육목표분류학에 따른 슬기로운 생활 교과의 수업 목표 분석)

  • Lee, Eun-Young;Shin, Myeong-Kyeong;Choi, Chui-Im
    • Journal of Korean Elementary Science Education
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    • v.31 no.1
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study was to explore instructional objectives of 'Wise Life' based on Bloom's Revised Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. It was to extend understanding the 7th and the revised Wise Life 2007 as well. The written objectives of two curriculum of Wise Life were divided into two, the 'knowledge' dimension and the 'cognitive process' dimension based on Bloom's Revised Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. Major activity subjects presented in the 7th and the revised Wise Life 2007 were dominantly the basic inquiry activity types. It was found from this research that the 'factual' knowledge of the 'knowledge' dimension and the 'understand' of the 'cognitive process' dimension took a large proportion of the revised Wise Life 2007 objectives. The 'meta-cognitive' knowledge was increased. 'Remember' of the 'cognitive process' dimension was decreased and the high level objectives as 'analyze' and 'create', in the 'cognitive process' dimension was increased from the 7th to the revised curriculum. The 'factual' knowledge, 'conceptual' knowledge and 'metacognitive' knowledge were engaged with 'understand' and the 'procedural' knowledge were engaged with 'apply'. The 'meta- cognitive' were engaged with 'create' is the 'procedural' knowledge in the revised Wise Life 2007. 'Remember' was decreased. 'Create' was increased in the basic inquiry activities. It was analysed in zero percent of 'Observing', 'Investigating and Presenting', and 'Making'.

A Psychological Model for Mathematical Problem Solving based on Revised Bloom Taxonomy for High School Girl Students

  • Hajibaba, Maryam;Radmehr, Farzad;Alamolhodaei, Hassan
    • Research in Mathematical Education
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    • v.17 no.3
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    • pp.199-220
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    • 2013
  • The main objective of this study is to explore the relationship between psychological factors (i.e. math anxiety, attention, attitude, Working Memory Capacity (WMC), and Field dependency) and students' mathematics problem solving based on Revised Bloom Taxonomy. A sample of 169 K11 school girls were tested on (1) The Witkin's cognitive style (Group Embedded Figure Test). (2) Digit Span Backwards Test. (3) Mathematics Anxiety Rating Scale (MARS). (4) Modified Fennema-Sherman Attitude Scales. (5) Mathematics Attention Test (MAT), and (6) Mathematics questions based on Revised Bloom Taxonomy (RBT). Results obtained indicate that the effect of these items on students mathematical problem solving is different in each cognitive process and level of knowledge dimension.

Analysis of Cognitive Learning Objectives in the 2007 Home Economics High School Textbooks and Achievement Standards by the Anderson's 'Revision of Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives' (Anderson이 개정한 'Bloom의 신교육목표 분류체계'에 의한 2007 개정 고등학교 기술.가정 교과서에 제시된 인지적 학급목표 및 성취기준 분석)

  • Lee, Gyeong-Suk;Yoo, Tae-Myung
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.23 no.3
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    • pp.53-68
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    • 2011
  • This study analyzed the learning objectives in the 2007 revised 10th grade Home Economics textbooks of 6 different publishing companies and the achievement standards developed by Ministry of Education, Science and Technology(2009). Two experienced coders performed initial analysis based on the 'revision of Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives' and had subsequent conferences to reach an agreement on different results between coders. For knowledge dimension, the results show that the major types of learning objectives in the "Future Family Life" unit are mainly consisted of factual knowledge and procedural knowledge, where as those of "Family Life Culture" unit are consisted of factual knowledge and conceptual knowledge. The achievement standards in both "Future Family Life" and "Family Life Culture" units are solely in a factual knowledge major type. The sub-type of knowledge dimension of both learning objectives and achievement standards fall into 'a specific facts and knowledge component'. For cognitive process dimension, the results show that the leaning objectives are focused on 'understand' and 'analyze'. Those of achievement standards are 'analyse' in the "Future Family Life" unit and 'understand' in the "Family Life Culture" units. From the result of this study, we can conclude that both learning objectives and achievement standards do not adapt any meta-cognitive knowledge, higher order thinking, and cognitive process.

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Classifications of Instructional Objectives of Elementary Science based on Bloom's Revised Taxonomy of Educational Objectives (Bloom의 신 교육목표분류학에 기초한 초등학교 과학과 수업 목표 분석)

  • Kim, Young-Shin;Lee, Hae-Sook;Shin, Ae-Kyung
    • Journal of Korean Elementary Science Education
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    • v.26 no.5
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    • pp.570-579
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    • 2007
  • Instructional objectives clearly show what teachers should teach in the class and how they lead the class, focusing on a certain activity for their students in the class. Clear instructional objectives are a prerequisite for teachers to accomplish effectively their curriculum. The revised Bloom's taxonomy table of educational objectives has been introduced in 50 years since the publication of his original taxonomy table in 1956. Bloom's revised taxonomy table of educational objectives has two-dimensions, the "cognitive process" dimension and the "knowledge" dimension, and it classifies class objectives more elaborately and clearly. This study was designed to classify instructional objectives stated in elementary science guidebooks for teachers into Bloom's revised taxonomy table, and see how the objectives of elementary science classes were categorized by grade level and areas. In addition, this study examined how the objectives of elementary science classes by study area were classified into the new taxonomy table. This study classified 618 elementary science instructional objectives of third- to sixth-grade science guidebooks for teachers into Bloom's revised taxonomy table. The results showed that the objectives of elementary science classes emphasized disproportionately some of the knowledge and cognitive process dimensions. In the area of subjects while the percentages of factual knowledge were very high, those of meta-cognitive knowledge were low.

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Concept Development of Political Competence for Nurses (간호사의 정치적 역량 개념 개발)

  • Han, Nam Kyung;Kim, Gwang Suk
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
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    • v.50 no.1
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    • pp.81-100
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    • 2020
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to define and clarify the concept of political competence for nurses. Methods: A hybrid model method was used to investigate the dimensions, attributes, and definitions of the concept. In the theoretical stage of the study, literature on nursing, politics, and other discipline were reviewed. In the fieldwork stage, individual in-depth interviews and focus groups interviews were conducted with politically seasoned experts or activists who had an understanding of the concept of political competence for extensive descriptions in nursing and field of health care. Results: The concept of political competence was represented in four dimensions as political knowledge, political efficacy, political interaction, and political activity. In the political knowledge dimension, there were three attributes, namely, political knowledge, political information and systematic analysis ability. The political efficacy dimension had three attributes of internal political efficacy, external political efficacy, and self-pride of nursing profession. The political interaction dimension had three attributes of organizations and community service, networking, and persuasive power. The political activity dimension had six attributes of political leadership, political expression, assertive behavior, political advocacy, political participation, and policy intervention. Conclusion: This concept development might provide a basic understanding of developing a measurement tool and for constructing a theory promoting nurses' political competence.

Environmental Education Contents Embedded in Exhibits of Natural History Museums (자연사박물관의 전시에 반영된 환경교육 내용 요소 분석)

  • Jung, Won-Young;Park, Eun-Ji;Lee, Joo-Youn;Kim, Chan-Jong;Park, Ji-Eun
    • Hwankyungkyoyuk
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.92-106
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    • 2009
  • We assumed that natural history museums have rooms for functioning as institutions for the environmental education, especially in aspects of multi-disciplinary, informal education. So we set goals of this research as finding 1) how much environmental education contents are reflected in exhibits of natural history museums, and 2) what those characteristics in aspects of dimension, range, and topic are. First, we developed a framework for analyzing of environmental education contents. Second, we applied the framework to seven major natural history museums. As the result, environmental education contents are reflected by 69.1% totally. Especially, the 'knowledge' dimension covered mostly, and among them the range of 'elements of Ecosystem' occupied more than other ranges. With inferring our results, we suggested that characteristics of natural history museums in environmental education are followed; spatial-temporal expansion of bio-diversity concept, visualizing impacts of human activity against nature.

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Analysis of Summative Evaluation Objectives in Middle School Biology based on Bloom's Revised Taxonomy of Educational Objectives (Bloom의 신 교육목표분류에 기초한 중학교 생물 영역 총괄 평가 문항의 목표 분석)

  • Kim, Yoon-Hee;Yoon, Ki-Soon;Kwon, Duck-Kee
    • Journal of Science Education
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    • v.34 no.1
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    • pp.164-174
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    • 2010
  • The purpose of this study was to find out taxonomic characteristics of objectives infered from questions of summative evaluation by analyzing those objectives with Bloom's revised taxonomy of educational objectives. 1,711 questions of midterm and final examinations collected from 25 middle schools were analyzed to classify objective of each question. The major findings of the study were as follows: first, from the analysis of objectives in the knowledge dimension, the assessment of factual knowledge was most prevailing(67.6%) in the biology summative evaluation. In the cognitive process dimension, memory assessment was most dominant(76.1%). Thus, the main objectives of evaluation leaned toward particular classes in the Bloom's revised taxonomy, which was different from the findings of earlier studies on the weights of evaluation areas. Second, the level of the objectives should be determined in consideration of the grade of middle schoolers, as their cognitive level improves with grade. In fact, however, there was no difference among three grades in characteristics of objective taxonomy.

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The Study on Design of Future Performance Spaces using Digital-Emotional Design (디지털 감성 디자인 프로세스를 적용한 전시 공간의 디자인 연구)

  • Kang, Min-Soo
    • Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Planning & Design
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    • v.28 no.1
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    • pp.21-28
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    • 2012
  • The interest in emotional design is spreading to society at large. In particular, systematic approaches have been applied place to develop product and spaces using human emotion in the design field. Nowadays, we are in an era that, values designs with individuality and variety rather than general or popular, rational designs. This article intends to clarify an unclear future by using emotional design for space of future architecture. For this purpose, it is necessary to have an applicable method and in this respect, It is emphasized that the structure of software techniques is more important than hardware techniques. Such process the reason why the sensitivity of human being need to be studied may be translated to be possible the necessity to have control function on the Amplification and Diminution of sensitivity in the space which is testified by the application of digital technology. with an understanding of the difficulty in presenting detailed sensitivity design with existing adjective presentation technique, as such based on sensitivity design of Robert Plutchik theory the basis of emotion design was sought from three phases of sensitivity reaction such as Sensory Dimension, Intuitive Knowledge Dimension, Reflective Dimension. From this perspective, there is a reason why we should study human emotions. In conclusion, the reason why the field of architecture should lead every field could be found in the characteristic of space and change in thought and It is emphasized again that the answer can be found in the demanding character of humas.